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Download Invasion eBook
ISBN:
0330352881
Author:
Robin Cook
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pan Books; 1 edition (November 7, 1997)
Pages:
393 pages
EPUB book:
1707 kb
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1197 kb
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1770 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
895


With his finger on the pulse of the latest medical technology, Robin Cook preys on our deepest fears with uncanny skill. The year of the intern. Berkley books, new york.

With his finger on the pulse of the latest medical technology, Robin Cook preys on our deepest fears with uncanny skill. Now, in this most provocative thriller, he explores a sudden outbreak of strange new symptoms that defy diagnosis. The cause is unknown-and unknowable-because it is unlike anything humankind has ever seen. Dr. Robin Cook certainly knows how to tell a story. Praise for. ROBIN COOK. and his bestselling novels. Straight out of today’s headlines. The berkeley publishing group. Published by the Penguin Group.

Robert Brian "Robin" Cook (born May 4, 1940) is an American physician and novelist who writes about medicine and topics affecting public health. He is best known for combining medical writing with the thriller genre. Many of his books have. Many of his books have been bestsellers on The New York Times Best Seller List. Several of his books have also been featured in Reader's Digest. His books have sold nearly 400 million copies worldwide.

Invasion is a 1997 thriller novel by American author Robin Cook. From the icy vastness of outer space, an alien virus arrives on earth contained in a tiny black disk.

Cook has a fantastic imagination. Some of his books are better than this one, but Invasion did have a unique take on possibilities - not probabilities.

He divides his time among Florida, New Hampshire, and Boston. His most recent novels include Host, Cell, and Nano. Cook has a fantastic imagination.

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Robin Cook: Invasion.

Robin (Robert William Arthur) Cook, the master of the medical thriller novel, was born to Edgar Lee Cook, a commercial artist and businessman, and Audrey (Koons) Cook on May 4, 1940, in New York City

With his finger on the pulse of the latest technology, Robin Cook preys on readers' deepest fears with uncanny skill. Now, in his most provocative thriller to date, he explores a sudden outbreak of strange new symptoms that defy diagnosis. Robin (Robert William Arthur) Cook, the master of the medical thriller novel, was born to Edgar Lee Cook, a commercial artist and businessman, and Audrey (Koons) Cook on May 4, 1940, in New York City. Cook spent his childhood in Leonia, New Jersey, and decided to become a doctor after seeing a football injury at his high school.

Fans of Robin Cook’s many thrillers will be happy . .

Fans of Robin Cook’s many thrillers will be happy A gigantic spaceship arrives in the stratosphere to dump some black disks onto Earth. Touch these things at your own risk, however; unsuspecting souls who handle the disks receive a sting, soon followed by flulike symptoms and ending in a kind of zombie assimilation into the alien consciousness.

To anyone glancing upwards at the night sky, it would have seemed like a brilliant shooting star, but moments later electronic equipment began to spark and explode throughout the city. A deadly threat to life on Earth - from the icy vastness of outer space - invasion.
  • Najinn
I found this book in a shelter on the Appalachian Trail, and was immediately enthralled by the over-the-wall tacky writing and completely inaccurate application of science. Robin Cook has created his own reality, literally. At one point he refers to a female's character's bosom as "awesome."

I'm about a third of the way through, and plan to read this book over the course of my lifetime, hopefully several times.
  • lacki
I've always been a fan of Robin Cook and even though this book was not like most of his medical mysteries I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. It definitely raised many new alien ideas and considerations. It was still definitely a book I was not able to put down and kept me guessing until the very end. Way to go Robin!!
  • melody of you
I loved the book. For so long Mr. Cook told the same story of the big bad HMO killing patients who were sick so they could save money. That story got pretty old. This story was more in the mode of Michael Crichton. I enjoyed It, you might too.
  • TheMoonix
Robin Cook is one of my all time favorites for storytelling. This tale is well written and engaging and just probable enough to keep you up all night reading and thinking. I love it!
  • net rider
Enjoyed the book. Slow some but still kept me looking reading. Will look for another book from author soon. Enjoyed.
  • Xwnaydan
Interesting premise, but ending little to improbable. Also slightly disappointed that some of the main characters just die off like no big deal.
Was fast moving and very readable.
  • Eta
Cook has a fantastic imagination. Some of his books are better than this one, but Invasion did have a unique take on possibilities - not probabilities.
I started reading this book while I was in the hospital. I found it difficult to put down! I'm a big fan of Robin Cook now!